Like the original Yoga Book, the new model is a thin and light convertible laptop with support for pen input, and something unusual in the spot where you’d normally find a keyboard. But instead of a Wacom graphics tablet in the lower section, the new Yoga Book C930 has a black and white E Ink display. The primary screen is a 10.8 inch, 2560 x 1600 pixel LCD IPS display, while the secondary screen is a 10.8 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel E Ink display. Both are touchscreen displays with support for finger input. And both also work with the pressure-sensitive Wacom pen that comes with the computer. Lenovo unveiled the Yoga Book C930 in August, and I got my first chance to spend some time with it at an event in New York City this evening. I’m not sure how I feel about the keyboard yet, but I do like the idea of a 1.7 pound convertible with a high resolution display (or two). The computer is just a tiny bit heavier than a first-gen iPad (which weighed 1.5 pounds), which had only a single display (and no keyboard). And measuring 10.3″ x 7.1″ x 0.4″, the Yoga Book C930 feels small enough to comfortably hold in one hand, for a little while anyway. Sure, the bezels could be smaller. But they d...